Eric Jeangirard

Eric Jeangirard

French Ministry of Higher Education and Research

    Eric Jeangirard is a data scientist at the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. He began his career developing quantitative tools and machine-learning algorithms in major private sector industries (investment banking, airline, classified ad marketplace). His work now focuses on building data-driven tools (from algorithm development to cloud deployment) to support and steer public policies of the ministry and its institutions. Together with his colleagues, Eric developed the French Open Science Monitor, one of the first national bibliometric tools to be completely independent of any proprietary database.

    All Sessions by Eric Jeangirard

    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    14:15 - 14:35

    International working group for a national and open monitoring on publications: French Monitor on Open Science

    Since 2018, France's public policy on open science has benefited from a data-oriented, country-wide, and factual monitoring tool, the French Open Science Monitor (https://frenchopensciencemonitor.esr.gouv.fr/). This national monitor can be further adapted to geographical, organizational, and research domains to follow more focused activity, with a range of customization tools available to individual institutions. Initially focusing on open access to publications, the French Monitor has been extended over time to cover more comprehensively Open Science, including in particular the transparency of clinical trials and the sharing of software and research datasets. The French monitor entirely relies on open and public data, enriched by machine learning techniques and feedback from its users. Improving research datasets and software detection, as well as exploiting new open scientific knowledge graphs like OpenAlex are part of our perspectives in order to keep providing open services to the higher education and research community in France.

    14:55 - 15:15

    Discussion Panel 1

    Chapter XLIII: Sorbonne 12-12-2023
    14:15 - 14:35

    International working group for a national and open monitoring on publications: French Monitor on Open Science

    Since 2018, France's public policy on open science has benefited from a data-oriented, country-wide, and factual monitoring tool, the French Open Science Monitor (https://frenchopensciencemonitor.esr.gouv.fr/). This national monitor can be further adapted to geographical, organizational, and research domains to follow more focused activity, with a range of customization tools available to individual institutions. Initially focusing on open access to publications, the French Monitor has been extended over time to cover more comprehensively Open Science, including in particular the transparency of clinical trials and the sharing of software and research datasets. The French monitor entirely relies on open and public data, enriched by machine learning techniques and feedback from its users. Improving research datasets and software detection, as well as exploiting new open scientific knowledge graphs like OpenAlex are part of our perspectives in order to keep providing open services to the higher education and research community in France.

    14:55 - 15:15

    Discussion Panel 1

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